On Thursday, Beyoncé announced a new set of tour stops.
She will perform on Thursday nights at the White House, at the National Zoo and at the Naval Observatory.
She also is set to perform at the Department of Energy’s Smithsonian Institution.
“We are thrilled to finally have our tour stop at the Smithsonian National Zoo on Thursday, March 3rd!
#BeyoncéAwards,” she tweeted.
Beyoncé will perform at National Zoo in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night.
The White House is hosting a “Beat Tour” for Beyonce in March.
Beyonce will perform in Washington on March 3, followed by a performance in New York on March 6, followed with a performance at the Newseum in Boston on March 7, and a performance later that night in Chicago on March 9.
She is scheduled to perform in Boston again on March 10, then in New Orleans on March 11.
On Monday, March 2, Beyonce announced that she will be performing at the Capitol on March 8.
Beyonces first major stop in Washington is a March 7 concert at the U.S. Capitol.
The first stop is at the Navy Memorial, which is in Washington.
On Thursday, February 24, Beyonces tour manager, Dixie Clark, confirmed that the “Beat Tours” will continue to feature her in Washington and Los Angeles.
She tweeted on Thursday: “I’ve never been more excited to get on the plane and start my new White House trip with a bang!
On Wednesday, February 23, Beyoncys executive vice president of global marketing, Chris Wood, confirmed to Billboard that the tour will begin in January.
He tweeted: “We are launching our #BeatTour to mark the start of the first quarter of 2018.
She will also be performing in Los Angeles on March 4 and on March 5.
She was scheduled to play in New Jersey on March 12.
Beyonce has played at the United Nations in New Zealand, the American Museum of Natural History in New Haven, Connecticut, and the Smithsonian in Washington DC.